NHL schedule and goalies: Blackhawks look to extend streak to 21 games

Justin K. Aller

There are three games in the NHL on Friday night. Here's a look at the schedule, TV info and starting goalies.

There are three games scheduled in the NHL on Friday night, with all of them taking place in the Western Conference.

The Chicago Blackhawks will look to extend their 20-game point streak against the Columbus Blue Jackets, while the St. Louis Blues will host the Edmonton Oilers.

The Minnesota Wild and Anaheim Ducks will close out the night in the late game.

Here's a full look at the schedule and tonight's starting goaltenders:

Edmonton Oilers at St. Louis Blues
8 p.m. ET | TV: RDS2,SNET-W,FS-MW
Goalies: TBD, Jaroslav Halak (confirmed)
Blog coverage: Copper & Blue, St. Louis Game Time

Columbus Blue Jackets at Chicago Blackhawks
8:30 p.m. ET | TV: NHLN-US,FS-O,CSN-CH
Goalies: Steve Mason (confirmed), Ray Emery (expected)
Blog coverage: The Cannon, Second City Hockey

Minnesota Wild at Anaheim Ducks
10 p.m. ET | TV: FS-N,FS-WI,FS-W
Goalies: Darcy Kuemper (not confirmed, no morning skate), Jonas Hiller (confirmed)
Blog coverage: Hockey Wilderness, Anaheim Calling

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